The Department of Clinical Laboratory and Nutritional Sciences offers undergraduate and graduate level science-based programs that support and advance health professions.
The many academic options in the department enable students to earn a degree that gives them lifelong career opportunities. Faculty teaching undergraduate classes are doctorally prepared in the sciences and have both teaching and research experience. Programs are nationally accredited.
Specifics of the academic programs offered are described in Programs of Study.
Medical Laboratory Science (formerly Medical Technology) prepares entry-level practitioners in all areas of the medical laboratory, namely clinical chemistry, clinical hematology, clinical immunohematology, clincial immunology/serology, clinical microbiology (bacteriaology, parasitology, mycology, virology) and molecular diagnostics. The program is accredited by the national Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS). Graduates of the program are qualified to sit for the national registry/certification examinations. Graduates are employed in medical, veterinary, and research laboratories and in the biomedical device, biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries.
For information on the admissions process, please see the Office of Undergraduate Admissions and Graduate Admissions.
For the latest course information please visit the UMass Lowell Online Academic Catalog.